Cilley http://nhpr.org en The Vote In Detail: Cilley Versus Hassan in Coos http://nhpr.org/post/vote-detail-cilley-versus-hassan-coos <p>Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jackie Cilley – a Berlin native – took Coos County with 1,226 votes, according to <a href="http://sos.nh.gov/2012GovDemPrim.aspx">figures just released </a>by the New Hampshire Secretary of State.</p><p>That compared to 1,087 for Maggie Hassan and 187 for Bill Kennedy.</p><p>But, of course, Hassan won statewide with 45,143 compared to Cilley’s 33,073. Kennedy had 6,001.</p><p>Some of the totals from Coos are below. The full list can be found <a href="http://sos.nh.gov/2012GovDemPrim.aspx?id=26268">here.</a></p> Thu, 13 Sep 2012 13:49:23 +0000 Chris Jensen 12845 at http://nhpr.org The Vote In Detail: Cilley Versus Hassan in Coos Hassan, Cilley Tout Support From Gay Rights Groups http://nhpr.org/post/hassan-cilley-tout-support-gay-rights-groups <p>It was tit for tat. The DC-based Human Rights Campaign, endorsed Maggie Hassan, shortly before 1 o’clock. By quarter to 4, the NH Freedom to Marry Coalition PAC had thrown its support to Jackie Cilley. Both groups were key players in the 2009 push to legalize same sex marriage here, an effort that coincided with Hassan and Cilley’s time in the state senate -- Hassan as majority leader.</p><p>In its endorsement of Hassan, the Human Rights Campaign called Hassan “ a champion for fairness and a leader in the fight for marriage equality in New Hampshire.”</p> Thu, 06 Sep 2012 21:31:33 +0000 Josh Rogers 12399 at http://nhpr.org